The three candidates make the highest score with 23% for Biden and Warren each and 20% for Sanders. South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Butigig has 9% support among Democrats and Independent Democrats, followed by California Senator Kamala Harris with 5%, New Jersey Senator Corey Booker and businessman Andrew Yang with 3% each, and Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar with 2% support. No other candidate receives more than 1% of the poll.
The University of Monmouth Poll is the sixth poll conducted by live interviewers between October 17 and November 3 on the Democratic Party's main race, showing slightly stiffer competition than the rest.
Including Monmouth, a CNN poll finds Biden with 27%, Warren with 23%, Sanders with 1
CNN poll polls are an average recent nonpartisan poll among registered Democrats and Independent Independent Democrats or Registered Voters who say they will run in their country's primary or parliament.
Biden is still perceived as the most likely candidate to defeat President Donald Trump, according to a poll in Monmouth, with 25% saying they would definitely win against Trump. Warren follows closely (20% say she will definitely win) and Sanders (19%).
Overall, 42% of registered voters reported that Trump should be re-elected, which has been stable since September; 55% want someone else in their post.
Warren and Biden noted slight generalizations of their estimates of favoritism among voters based on Democrats and Democrats; more than three quarters now have a positive opinion of each (79% and 76% respectively). Sanders, Harris and Butigig all flooded those who had a favorable opinion of them.
A survey at the University of Monmouth was conducted by phone from October 30 to November 3, 2019, there were 908 adults in the United States. The results in this message are based on 835 registered voters and have +/- 3.4 percentage points for margin of error. This announcement also includes results based on 345 voters who identify as Democrats or lean toward the Democratic Party, who have a margin of error of +/- 5.3 percentage points.
CNN's poll is an average of the six most recent nonpartisan live broadcasts, national polls on the Democratic presidential nomination race conducted among registered voters. The poll includes: CNN Survey conducted by SSRS October 17-20; Quinnipiac University poll, October 17-21; the Fox News poll conducted October 27-30; Washington Post / ABC News poll conducted October 27-30; the NBC News / Wall Street Journal poll was October 27-30, and the University of Monmouth poll was October 30-November 3. The survey questionnaire has no margin of error in the sample.